It's time for Top Ten Tuesday, a book blog tag hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! Today's topic is Top Ten Books That Have Been On My TBR the Longest. So here are the books I shelved a while back--and still haven't gotten to--starting from December 2013. (You can compare to this list from a little over a year ago.)
1) Slated by Teri Terry. This is the one book that's still on my TBR from the last time I did this post, a YA sci-fi dystopian about memory wiping.
2) Mad Love by Suzanne Selfors. This is a YA fantasy novel about a girl who takes over writing her mom's romance novels when her mom's mental illness gets in the way of her work--only to start having visions about Cupid.
3) After the End by Amy Plum. Another YA sci-fi dystopian, this one about a girl who grew up believing that the rest of the world had been destroyed by nuclear bombardment--only to find out it's not true.
4) Blood and Salt by Kim Liggert. This is a YA horror novel where Romeo and Juliet meets Children of the Corn. Fun, right?
5) The Tempest by William Shakespeare. A classic play in which a magician on an isolated island uses his gifts to manipulate people.
6) Forget Me by K.A. Harrington. A YA thriller about a girl, who, after her boyfriend's death, finds him to be quite alive on a social media website--under another name.
7) SYLO by D.J. MacHale. This is a YA sci-fi where a secret branch of the government takes over an island in a sketchy sort of way, by the author of the Pendragon series.
8) The Cage by Megan Shepherd. Another YA sci-fi, this one about a human zoo created for alien beings.
9) The Boy Who Could See Demons by Carolyn Jess-Cooke. This is an adult horror novel about a boy whose best friend is a demon, and how a psychiatrist struggles to uncover whether the boy is hallucinating or whether the demon is actually real.
10) Multiple Choice by Janet Tashjian. A YA contemporary about a girl with OCD who comes up with a roulette-style game in an attempt to force more spontaneity into her life.
Most of these books I haven't yet read because they're not available at my local library, but I'm hoping to get them via interlibrary loan at some point. Have you read any of these books before? What books have been on your TBR for a while? Let me know, and I'll be back again tomorrow.
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